'Skyfall' Dp Roger Deakins Wins Asc's Best Cinematography Award

Finally, a celebrated win for the cinematographer who shot the best looking movie of 2012! It's time for the American Society of Cinematographers award, honoring the talented people behind the camera. The 27th Annual Asc Outstanding Achievement Awards were held last night in Hollywood, and the big 2013 winner was Roger Deakins, taking top prize for his work on James Bond's Skyfall. Deakins just lost the BAFTA award to Dp Claudio Miranda for Life of Pi this weekend, but this is finally a deserving win, the one where even his peers have come to recognize how stunning the cinematography in Skyfall really is. Bravo! Deakins' fellow nominees this year included: Danny Cohen for Les Miserables, Claudio Miranda for Life of Pi, Seamus McGarvey for Anna Karenina and of course, Janusz Kaminski for Lincoln. I'm surprised Deakins won over Kaminski. On the other side (via The Wrap), the Asc also awarded TV prizes
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